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End Domestic Abuse WI Marks 35th Anniversary with Luncheon Featuring National Leader
Madison - End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin (End Abuse), formerly known as the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, will be hosting the eighth annual "Together We Can End Domestic Violence" luncheon on October 3rd from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Monona Terrace in Madison. The luncheon will be a celebration of End Abuse’s 35-year history of advocating for victims of domestic violence in Wisconsin.
Kim Gandy, president of the National Network to End Domestic Violence and renowned leader for women’s rights and equality, will deliver the keynote address. Gandy is expected to discuss the history of the battered women’s movement, to take stock of the progress it has made and to chart future directions for victim advocates.
"The upcoming luncheon will bring together advocates, survivors, business leaders, policymakers, and other community leaders to build continued support for our work,” said Patti Seger, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin executive director.
Seger continued, “The progress we have made in the space of a generation is remarkable. Although there still is much work to be done, our track record of success gives us a sense of optimism and excitement for the next 35 years. We are grateful for the many supporters and generous donors who sustain this movement and who ultimately save lives.”
American Family Insurance is the major sponsor of the event. Other event details can be found online at http://bit.ly/EndAbuseLuncheon.
Voting Guide for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Victim Advocates
This guide is meant to help advocates assist their clients with the voting process. With the passage of the Wisconsin photo ID voting law, there is a lot of confusion about who can vote and how they can vote. The guide explains how survivors can register to vote and ensure they have the proper documentation to vote. In this volatile political climate and budgetary climate, we need survivors’ voices and participation at the ballot box now more than ever.
Hope. Vision. Future. A Plan for Providing Services to Domestic Violence Victims in Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Governor’s Council on Domestic Abuse has created a long-range plan for serving Domestic Abuse victims. This document includes an overview of Wisconsin Domestic Abuse Programs, including statistics, services, populations served, and a financial picture. Recommendations address the issues of Economic Justice, Financial Self- Sufficiency, Housing, Legal assistance and Primary Prevention.
2011-2012 Legislative Agenda
WCADV and WCASA Milwaukee Sick Pay Brief
Domestic and sexual violence take a tremendous toll on public health and safety in Milwaukee. This brief, filed by WCADV and WCASA, supports the Milwaukee Paid Sick Days Ordinance which permits victims paid leave to obtain services from these organizations.
2013-2014 Legislative Agenda
Changes to Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance for DV Victims - Dec 2009
WCADV Policy Development Coordinator, Tony Gibart, offers the following summary of how Wisconsin unemployment statutes have changed in response to The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
DCF Brochure about Domestic Violence and W-2
This brochure from the Department of Children and Families explains some of the resources and protections available to W-2 participants who are or were victims of domestic violence. It is to be given to all W-2 applicants and participants. Hmong and Spanish versions are also available.
Fact Sheets Related to Brookfield Shooting
These two fact sheets cover topics that were implicated by the shootings at a Brookfield, Wisconsin salon on Sunday, October 21, 2012. They address (1) domestic violence and the workplace and (2) restraining orders and firearm surrender.